Thetrue essence of what coaching is and what it used is often confused with mentoring, where expectations are for coaches to tell clients how and what to do to achieve their goals. Usually, the emphasis is on prescriptive thinking to fix a problem and find a solution.
Transformative coaching provides an opportunity for both the coach and client to tap into the unknown zone and provides a reflective thinking space that allows them to become vulnerable and keen to explore and learn within this zone. It offers the opportunity to see how knowledge transfer happens away from the conventional way of learning.
This learning webinar will show you how you can harness the emerging understanding by expanding the mind to explore what is unconscious to your mind.
What You can expect to learn from this webinar
1. Understand when you need to use coaching or mentoring for performance enhancement
2. Appreciate the broader concept of transformative coaching and how it facilitates individual deeper learning
3. Explain the various stages of evoking awareness
Joan Mugenzi I Director of Training for Uganda I Professional Certified Coach
Joan is a personal development enthusiast and an employment transition coach. In her coaching role, she has delivered coaching to mid-level managers and executives enabling them to unveil what matters most to them in their transition journey. Conversations have revolved around performance, and in this process, Joan has had to explain the benefits that both coaching and mentoring offer enabling her clients to take on coaching with a clear understanding of what this technology delivers.
Abiola Orojo I Director of Training for Nigeria I Professional Certified Coach
Abiola has supported executives in diverse industries to bring about desired positive changes required to achieve more fulfilling and meaningful personal and business outcomes. She facilitates leadership transformation through the development of greater self-awareness and self-empowerment and helps them to gain a new perspective on how to deal with the challenges faced at work and in their personal lives.